Three Hit Wonder

Rolét  -

September 9th, 2013


Whether you’re puffing on a little medicinal for your arthritis or enjoying your favorite strain of cannabis flavored tobacco, discretion and style are key.   

One of TTP’s dear friends has invented the world’s first premium triple barrel smoke pipe.  It’s called the Rolét (rhymes with Robert Goulet) and is classier than Kristin Scott Thomas in a little black dress.   

Of course, like all great things, it takes money to make things happen.  Our friend is raising money on the crowdfunding site Indiegogo to make the Rolét a go-lay.   Want to do something great?  Help fund the next big thing and bring genius to fruition.



Number of separate packable rolling chambers in Rolét

That means you can smoke socially with friends using one device, yet use three different strains of leaf to appease even the most discerning partakers.


“Where a new invention promises to be useful, it ought to be tried.”  

Thomas Jefferson

Oh it has Tommy!   In fact, some hot chick during prototyping from the University of Colorado at Boulder said the Rolét “hit dangerously smooth”…true story – thanks to its aluminum chamber and smoke cooling technology.


verb.     1. to make through art, skill or labor.  

Used in a sentence:  While it took numerous trials and iterations to fabricate, the Rolét still cannot happen without your generosity.   


Cigarettes contain arsenic, formaldehyde, lead, hydrogen cyanide, nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide and ammonia.  A particular, natural, prohibitive plant with medicinal powers does not.  Hmmm…which one is illegal?

Some people build cathedrals, others invent computers, but since you can’t do any of those, why not fund  a movement? 

Be proud to say you brought Rolét to the public.   Check out the Indiegogo spot here.  

Thanks for your time.  Please note:  TTP does not benefit in anyway by sending this out.  This is a friend of ours and we happen to believe in his product.  



GD Star Rating
Three Hit Wonder (Rolét), 6.3 out of 10 based on 6 ratings